Date of Birth: 11/16/2013
Breed: Pitty mix
Dog friendly: Very Selective. Could make friends with the right dog & with proper intros.
Cat friendly: TBD
Kid friendly: Yes
House trained: Yes
Crate trained: Yes but doesn't need t be!
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from a local animal control
Adoption Fee: $250
From the Foster:
Brussels is a great pittie! Like most pitbulls he's big on cuddles and kisses. He loves lounging on the couch and snuggling under blankets. Since, fostering Brussels "Sprouts" (as we call him at our house), his dog reactiveness has calmed down from lunging and barking, to a sitting whimpering whine. He gets along great with our resident Shiba Inu, and plays according to his size. Brussels is very picky over who his dog friends are and he needs calm, proper introductions. We like to say he's very human in his friend approach, sometimes he likes other dogs right away and sometimes it takes warming up, other times he just won't like them--period.
All dogs are in individual foster homes throughout the Twin Cities.
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